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Court Suit 1810 The Metropolitan Museum of Art This three piece suit is exemplary of skilled French embroidery and the silhouette of men’s court wear during the time of Napoleon Bonaparte

Court suit of Johann Nepomuk Hummel, 1810-14 From the FIDM...

Court suit of Johann Nepomuk Hummel, 1810-14 From the FIDM... (Fripperies and Fobs)

France - Court suit worn by composer Johann Hummel - Uncut voided silk velvet, silk faille, silk embroidery floss, gold & silver embroidery purl & frieze, rhinestone & metal sequins

British Court Presentation Ensemble, ca. 1905 Herbert Johnson for Scott & Claxton via The Met

1907 Court presentation ensemble Scott & Claxton Designer: Herbert Johnson Manufacturer: Thurston Brooklyn Museum Costume Collection at The Metropolitan Museum of Art,

1760s English Gentleman's Court Suit at the Mint Museum, Charlotte, North Carolina - This piece shows really well the men's silhouette at this point in the 18th century: while the coat and waistcoat still retained their length from earlier decades, they were starting to fit more closely to the body, with less of the obvious skirting from before.  That being said, I can't help mentally comparing this piece to its French equivalents - and I'm definitely noticing both similarities and…

Gentleman’s Court Suit Circa Place object was created: Great Britain velvet, silk, wool (textile) Museum Purchase: Auxiliary Costume Fund and Exchange Funds from the Gift of Harry and Mary.

Charles Laughton "Capt. Bligh" complete Royal Navy uniform from the 1935 Mutiny on the Bounty. (MGM, 1935)

Bligh” complete Royal Navy uniform from the 1935 "Mutiny on the Bounty" - Navy blue military coat w/ ivory accents brass buttons; wool long vest w/ brass buttons (no label); and ivory wool pantaloons w/ brass buttons

Suite (Justacorps, waistcoat, and breeches), Silk faille, cotton/linen plain weave, silk twill. Philadelphia Museum of Art

American made suit dating to Silk faille, cotton/linen plain weave, silk twill. Whoever wore this suit was a skinny man.

Suit ca. 1760 Oh I definitely see The Duke of Avon from These Old Shades wearing this! Fripperies and Fobs

LACMA Collections ~ Man's Suit~ France ~ ~ Coat and waistcoat: wool plain weave, full finish, with sequins and metallic-thread embroidered appliqués; breeches: wool plain weave, full finish, with silk and metallic-thread passementerie

Presente y pasado del traje de hombre | Vestirse por los pies

history-of-fashion: “ First half of Century - Italy, Men’s suit (Jacket, Waistcoat, Breeches) (Kyoto Costume Institute) ” This is the Batman fan in me talking: If I were to draw an century Robin THIS would be his outfit.

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